Toshiba keeps churning them out. The company has a handful of new Satellite notebook models: U205 and R25 as well as new configurations for the M105, A105, and P105.
The U205 is an ultra-portable model with a 12.1-inch screen and a weight of only 4.1 pounds. It comes in two versions, the S5002 with Intel Core Duo T2300E and a 100GB hard drive, or the S5022, with a T2400 and a 120GB hard drive. Both versions run on 1GB of 533MHZ DDR2 RAM, and sport WXGA TruBrite TFT screen, dual-layer DVD burners, and LifeSmart Technology that includes a fingerprint reader for security.
The R25 is a convertible tablet PC with a 1.66GHz T2050 Intel Core Duo processor, as well as 100GB hard drive. The rest of the 14.1-inch notebook's specs are the same as for the U205.
Both the R25 and the U205 S5022 retail for around $1,340, while the U205 S5002 is $200 less.
The three other notebooks are focussed on multimedia and gaming.
The 17-inch P105 comes in three configurations: the S6024 for $1,200; the S6084 for $1,500; and the S9312 for $2,000.
All feature Intel Core Duo processors, but the S6084 is aimed squarely at gamers with its new nVidia GeForce Go 7900 GS graphics card.
The A105 range offers more lower-priced solutions ranging from $700 to $1,350, while the M105 has also received three new editions with various upgrades from older models, and range in price from $650 to $1,200.